Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

LCD Soundsystem, Hot Chip, Tears for Fears, Future Islands, David Bowie, Blank Realm, New Order


band members

Mika Campbell - Vocals/Ableton St Jonnie - Vocals Liam Finter - Guitar/Keys Leith Jacobs - Bass/Keys Maxwell Kennedy - Drums/Keys James Gatling - Keys/Vocals


Influences

Cut Copy, Jackson and His Computerband, Health, Fatima Yamaha, Ta-Ku, Radiohead, Arcade Fire, Talking Heads, Father John Misty, I Know Leopard


Website

feelsclub.bandcamp.com

Bio

Tucked away in the suburban bustle of Brisbane, heartthrobs FeelsClub spend their time inventing an infectious brand of “trash pop” which generates an uncontrollable desire to dance.

One of Brisbane’s best kept secrets, FeelsClub have been captivating local audiences for just over 3 years – journeying from mates’ house parties, right through to selling out headline shows and sharing the stage with fellow Brissy dance accomplices The Jungle Giants and Confidence Man, as well as Aussie favourites Client Liaison. FeelsClub have also been cutting their teeth on the local festival circuit, performing at the likes of Jungle Love, Valley Fiesta, and Woodford Folk Festival. In 2019, the band were lucky enough to travel to Japan and perform shows in Tokyo.

Frontman St Jonnie delivers a charismatic knack for on-stage moves and powerhouse vocals, while fellow bandmates Mika Campbell (Vocals / Ableton), Liam Finter (Guitar / Keys), Leith Jacobs (Bass) and Maxwell Kennedy (Drums) bring a groove that will keep your heart and your feet moving.

Do yourself a favour and catch FeelsClub’s infectious energy as they break interstate barriers.

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"FeelsClub are a band that have been hyped to me by friends post live show for the best part of 3 years, a hype entirely justified when I saw the band live for the first time myself. Raw yet polished, explosive yet controlled a FeelsClub live show is euphoric." - Laundry Echo

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

27 Oct 2019

Triple J
35

I wanted this club to go just that much harder, in the vocals but also in those electronic production elements. They’re part of what make this band quite unique so I’d love to see you lean into that! A really solid song from a band with heaps of potential.

I wanted this club to go just that much harder, in the vocals but also in those electronic production elements. They’re part of what make this band quite unique so I’d love to see you lean into that! A really solid song from a band with heaps of potential.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

27 Sep 2019

Triple J
40

there's a heightened drama to this one and that chorus is the clincher, nice one feelsclub.

there's a heightened drama to this one and that chorus is the clincher, nice one feelsclub.

Review

Review by The Aston Shuffle The Aston Shuffle

01 Jul 2019

Triple J
40

So upbeat and lots of party feels in this one.. Can i get on the guest list to the Feelsclub pls? thanks x

So upbeat and lots of party feels in this one.. Can i get on the guest list to the Feelsclub pls? thanks x